Mexico, May 26 (Prensa Latina) Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff meets today an official agenda in her first state visit to Mexico, where she will be received by her counterpart, Enrique Peña Nieto.
It will be the fifth meeting the two leaders will hold, which will allow to sign important agreements to re-launch the bilateral relationship.
The last meeting between the presidents Rousseff and Peña Nieto took place during the last Summit of the Americas held in Panama in April this year.
On that occasion, they agreed to strengthen and deepen bilateral ties and work together for a prosperous Latin America and in peace, told to Prensa Latina Vanessa Rubio Mexican deputy foreign minister in charge of relations with Latin America and the Caribbean.
Rousseff will also meet here with the mayor of Mexico City, Miguel Angel Mancera, and will be received with honors in the Congress of the Union.
Mexico and Brazil together account for 62 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the region, 55 percent of its population and 55 percent of its territory. In 2014, bilateral trade registered a 9.213 billion dollars, according to Rubio.
Mexico has investments in Brazil for over 30 billion dollars, a figure that ranks it as one of the leading global investors in the country, the Mexican diplomat stated.
He added that as a result of the elimination of visas between the two countries, the number of Brazilian tourists in this country amounted to more than 300,000 last year.
Business representatives accompany the Brazilian president, who arrived yesterday to the Mexican capital.